A series of free to attend, direct engagement events taking place across the East of England designed to hear what you, our members, have to say.
Each event will be opened via live stream on a giant screen by an independent political commentator. Adam Boulton (until recently Editor at large for Sky News) will open the first roadshow on Thursday 17 February in Bury St Edmunds.
How can and should the Liberal Democrats fight for a better society?
Our democracy is being threatened as never before, the political repercussions are extreme. We cannot sit by and watch this happen. Our aim with these events is to encourage debate and conversation set against this backdrop and to consider from a fresh perspective who we are as a party and what it is that we are seeking to achieve.
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These events will enable us to gauge the political temperature and we hope, produce ideas and persuasive arguments for change in approach for our party. The roadshow will culminate in a regional conference in early summer with major speakers and debate.
Booking link: https://digitallibdems.typeform.com/to/Em9hLwa8
Venue: Southgate Community Centre, Bury Saint Edmunds IP33 2QA. Map and directions
Doors open 7pm.
The community centre is approximately two miles from Bury St Edmunds train station.
If coming by car, the postcode IP33 2QA in a sat nav should bring you into Heron Road. Go to the end of the road and it will take you into a car park directly in front of the venue.
Opening speaker Adam Boulton. Panel members to include Lord Don Foster, and others TBA
Spaces limited to 200. Tea, coffee and light refreshments.
A virtual contingency will be provided if necessary to ensure the meeting goes ahead irrespective of Covid.
If you have never been to an event such as this before then please come along. It is you that we particularly want to hear from.
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